Thank You for the Flowers!

Thank You for the FlowersSuch a contently happy little bunny!

This was the very first card I designed when considering doing this cute little series. Originally, the bunny was going to be a 3D element to the card, but I’m beginning to like it more as a flat piece. I won’t make my decision until I’ve mocked up both options. 🙂

Only two more left to go! Let me know what you think!

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Thank You Banner for a Thank You Party?

Thank You Balloons

The second of my Thank You card series. Still not quite happy with it, but happy enough! 🙂  Enjoy.

Once I have these mocked up, I’ll post more pictures so you can see the 3D elements– If I go with those.

Library Card Struggles

Library Card Thumbnails

There are many times when I sit down to work on a project and am assaulted with endless streams of ideas. I decided it would be an interesting challenge to create a series of Library cards for a variety of ages. Initially, I had decided to do one card each for… Infants/parents, Toddlers (3-5 years), Children (8-12 years), Teenagers, and College students. Since then, it has gotten a little bit out of control… While I’ve decided on two images for my first two in the list, I find that deciding on one option for the “Children’s” bracket is very difficult. I’ve wandered from a a card for each gender, to a card that is cut out and looks like a dragon or unicorn, to a single image intended to bring everyone in, and back again.

While I fear I may have bitten off a bit more than I could chew, I’m excited to see where I eventually settle in the long run.

Thank You Sketches

A set of six thank you cards I’m hoping to finish before the year’s through. It isn’t really a part of my Thesis, but I’m enjoying it all the same! There are corresponding letters to help in the confusion– let me know what you think!

Sketches for Commencement

Commencement

One would think that a school that specializes in the arts would put forth some sort of effort to make worthwhile Commencement Announcements. I thought so myself, until they handed me a set of flimsy “fill in the blank” cards to send to my friends and relatives. So… I’ve taken it on as a challenge to create my own Announcements. Settling on a design, however, is proving difficult…

Thoughs?

Tilting at Windmills since 1993

Don Quixote meets Windrose Armoury in celebration of their 20th Anniversary!

I created a handful of concepts for them to take a look at once the illustration was complete, including posters and a banner for their website.

Congratulations, Mom and Dad, on 20 years of hard work and good memories. 🙂